David A Kravitz
David A Kravitz
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Ringelmann rediscovered: The original article.
DA Kravitz, B Martin
American Psychological Association 50 (5), 936, 1986
Attitudes and beliefs about affirmative action: Effects of target and of respondent sex and ethnicity.
DA Kravitz, J Platania
Journal of applied psychology 78 (6), 928, 1993
Understanding attitudes toward affirmative action programs in employment: Summary and meta-analysis of 35 years of research.
DA Harrison, DA Kravitz, DM Mayer, LM Leslie, D Lev-Arey
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (5), 1013, 2006
User's manual for the Job Descriptive Index (JDI) and the Job in General (JIG) scales
WK Balzer, PC Smith, DA Kravitz
Department of Psychology, Bowling Green State University, 1990
Group research
JE McGrath, DA Kravitz
Annual review of psychology 33 (1), 195-230, 1982
Attitudes Toward Affirmative Action Plans Directed at Blacks: Effects of Plan and Individual Differences1
DA Kravitz
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 25 (24), 2192-2220, 1995
Reactions to two versions of affirmative action action among Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics.
DA Kravitz, SL Klineberg
Journal of Applied Psychology 85 (4), 597, 2000
Affirmative Action: A Review of Psychological and Behavioral Research.
DA Kravitz, A Harrison
LYNN SUMMERS, 216, 1998
Reliability and validity of the original and revised legal attitudes questionnaire
DA Kravitz, BL Cutler, P Brock
Law and Human Behavior 17 (6), 661-677, 1993
The stigma of affirmative action: A stereotyping-based theory and meta-analytic test of the consequences for performance
LM Leslie, DM Mayer, DA Kravitz
Academy of Management Journal 57 (4), 964-989, 2014
Cooperative choice in N-person dilemma situation.
SS Komorita, J Sweeney, DA Kravitz
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 38 (3), 504, 1980
The diversity–validity dilemma: Beyond selection—the role of affirmative action
DA Kravitz
Personnel Psychology 61 (1), 173-193, 2008
A multilevel study of the relationships between diversity training, ethnic discrimination and satisfaction in organizations
EB King, JF Dawson, DA Kravitz, LMV Gulick
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (1), 5-20, 2012
The diversity–validity dilemma: Overview and legal context
KM Pyburn Jr, RE Ployhart, DA Kravitz
Personnel Psychology 61 (1), 143-151, 2008
How effective are the cross-examination and expert testimony safeguards? Jurors' perceptions of the suggestiveness and fairness of biased lineup procedures.
JL Devenport, V Stinson, BL Cutler, DA Kravitz
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (6), 1042, 2002
Attitudes Toward Affirmative Action: Correlations With Demographic Variables and With Beliefs About Targets, Actions, and Economic Effects1
DA Kravitz, SL Klineberg, DR Avery, AK Nguyen, C Lund, EJ Fu
Journal of applied social psychology 30 (6), 1109-1136, 2000
More women in the workplace: is there a payoff in firm performance?
DA Kravitz
Academy of Management Perspectives 17 (3), 148-149, 2003
Context effects in performance appraisal: A methodological critique and empirical study.
DA Kravitz, WK Balzer
Journal of Applied Psychology 77 (1), 24, 1992
Evaluations of tests used for making selection and promotion decisions
DA Kravitz, V Stinson, TL Chavez
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 4 (1), 24-34, 1996
How effective is the presence-of-counsel safeguard? Attorney perceptions of suggestiveness, fairness, and correctability of biased lineup procedures.
V Stinson, JL Devenport, BL Cutler, DA Kravitz
Journal of Applied Psychology 81 (1), 64, 1996
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